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lee and i had
a beautiful bunkbed
bottom was mine, to keep rain from my head
and yoga, my mom, she took when i was young
she said she\'d teach me moves when she got home

i bounced my bed
i hurt my head
i saw red
i thought, i\'m dead, from my bunkbed.
i hate bunkbeds.

waited till ten
for her to come on in
to show me how
she learned to twist her limbs.
that\'s great, show me,
it looks like so much fun.
just once, oh please, i\'ll sleep when i am done.


holding my head the nail on lee\'s bed
they stitched me up, but i wanted the top instead,


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    General Commentthis sounds like it was written by a ten year old, which, if it isn't, i think is done purposely by the author. it seems to carry that level of immaturity in its words and form. but in a good way, in a way that holds true to its meaning.
    oh no, disaster!on June 24, 2003   Link
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    General CommentHayden always does a perfect job of allowing the listener to feel the character in the song. This example is no different, with a sloppy harmonica and very straightforward lyrics.
    chrislbon May 13, 2004   Link

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